Decontamination services cover a broad range of activities from biological to nuclear clean ups. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) classify hazardous waste clean ups into 5 different categories including chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive, also known as CBRNE. An emergency decontamination situation involving CBRNE requires by law that the companies involved in the decontamination have training in Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). This training is provided to our decontamination division at Flood Zone Disaster Recovery Solutions, and the OSHA HAZWOPER standard (29 CFR 1910.120(q)) is the guide that we follow.
We also, as required by law, provide all employees with appropriate levels of personal protective equipment (PPE) under the HAZWOPER standard (29 CFR 1910.120(q)) sub part 1. The PPE used depends on how hazardous the substance release is, which includes the quantity and potential health effects to workers. It is also important that workers involved with Fort Myers decontamination work have the proper immunizations, including Tetanus and Hepatitis A and B.
Our team’s expertise in both biological and chemical decontamination is unparalleled. We efficiently manage contaminants such as chemicals, bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, sewage, and other biohazards. Our biohazard cleanup services are comprehensive, tackling everything from meth lab clean-ups to hazardous chemical spills and biological threats.
Our team in Fort Myers, FL, is not only highly trained and certified in virus decontamination and biohazard cleanup but is also experienced in coordinating large-scale projects. For extensive projects requiring multiple experts, our vast network of industrial hygienists and engineers provides additional support, ensuring the highest standards in biohazard cleanup services.